Here is a recap of standout senior and graduate student-athletes who have left lasting marks and holes to fill in their respective programs.
May 20, 2019
Volume 116, Issue 3
Volume 116, Issue No. 3 View a PDF version of this issue.
With a new coach and a full roster, men’s basketball has everything it needs to rebuild and convince the GW community that it can be a winning team.
Metropolitan Police Department officers received a report that a student assaulted another student at an off-campus residence.
D.C. partnered with Uber, sexual assault prevention groups and about 10 bars and clubs to launch a bystander awareness campaign to prevent sexual assault.
During Carbonell’s tenure as Board of Trustees chair, trustees increased the financial aid pool, overhauled the faculty code and expanded philanthropy at GW.
Officials said Academic Commons will pilot a series of workshops on studying skills and offer resources for students studying for the GRE.
The telescope – on indefinite loan from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center – measures concentrations of greenhouse gases.
Trustees approved changes to the faculty code Friday that clarify the tenure and promotion process and create a job performance review process for the provost.
After many heated arguments and some frustrated tears, my freshman year has taught me that I’m not really the Republican that I thought I was.
Adam Brown graduated with his master’s in political management at the age of 18, making him one of the youngest students to graduate from GW this year.